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This is a 1969 International school bus that was converted into a tiny house B&B. It's built with locally salvaged materials and decorated with fun thrifted vintage items.

To find out more about the Old School B&B in British Columbia, Canada:
https://www.airbnb.ca/rooms/47516926
https://www.instagram.com/oldschoolbn...

The interior space is 19' feet long from front to back, 7.5' wide, and 5'10" high in the middle. The driver's seat was converted into an indoor shower, and the passenger area is now a cozy living space with a copper penny desk, a kitschy kitchenette, lounging benches beside a propane fireplace, and a queen-size bed with loads of storage below.

The bus has a roof built above it to protect it from the weather and to create a covered porch. There's also an outdoor bathroom/outhouse built right outside with running water and an Envirolet composting toilet.

To find out more about the Old School B&B:
https://www.airbnb.ca/rooms/47516926
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Comments

  • Randy Ferguson Added They did a great job! Too small for me to be comfortable in for very long, but I'm sure that a lot of people would enjoy it.